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Destiny 2 Forsaken: How to Get Black Talon Exotic Sword

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Destiny 2 Forsaken: How to Get Black Talon Exotic Sword

How to get the Black Talon Exotic Sword in Destiny 2 Forsaken

Using a sword during PvP matches in Destiny is quite risky as you have to get in close proximity to attack your foes, but it’s also rewarding because it knocks down foes in a single hit. With the Black Talon exotic Sword in Destiny 2 Forsaken, however, you can knock down foes from a few feet away with a projectile attack.

For both PvP and PvE, the Black Talon projectile sword is highly useful if you need to deal some massive damage while staying at a safe distance. Normally, one of the biggest problems sword users have in PvP is closing the gap, with most novice sword users charging blindly from a mile away. This makes them an easy target for a team with good coordination and situational awareness. For PvE, rushing in the center of a firefight during difficult Nightfalls, Strikes or raids just to land some few sword strikes is usually a death sentence.

Another problem sword users have is low ammo count. The Black Talon projectile exotic sword also addresses this problem, as its Tireless Blade perk allows you to earn sword ammo for every powered sword kill.

So, how do you get the Black Talon exotic sword in Destiny 2 Forsaken? Just like in the base game, you can earn coveted weapons like this through exotic engrams. For those unaware, exotic engrams can be obtained in just about any activity in the game. This includes the Crucible, Raids, Strikes, and leveling vendors, among others. Acquiring the Black Talon solely comes down to luck and pure determination to keep grinding for hours on end until you get this exotic projectile sword. Finally, Xur could also just sell it for legendary shards.

That does it for how to get the Black Talon exotic sword in Destiny 2 Forsaken. Destiny 2 Forsaken introduces more new exotic gear, and we recommend checking our ever-expanding wiki if you want to know more.

After graduating from journalism, Matthew pursued his dream to write about video games. When he's not playing games to create interesting articles, he's trying to clear his huge gaming backlog, which he'll never accomplish because of The Witcher 3.

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